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[movies]Ecology Emerges: Julia May - Shaping San Francisco
An interview under the "Ecology Emerges" project of oral histories on the arc of environmentalism, ecology, environmental and social justice, running from the 1950s to the 2000s. Julia May is a longtime staffer at Communities for a Better Environment, involved with water pollution, oil industry politics, and more.
Keywords: ecology; environmental justice; social justice; water pollution; chemicals; CBE; Communities for a Better Environment
Downloads: 164
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Nikki Henderson - Shaping San Francisco
Nikki Henderson, executive director of People's Grocery in Oakland, sits down to add her story to our Ecology Emerges series of interviews, tracking the arc of ecological activism from the early conservation movement to the environmentalism of the late 1960s and early 1970s, through the radicalizing direct action ecologists and finally to the environmental and social justice activists of the early 21st century.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; water pollution; urban gardening
Downloads: 324
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Jason Mark - Shaping San Francisco
Jason Mark, editor of Earth Island Journal and an active farmer at the Alemany Farm in San Francisco, interviewed as part of the Shaping San Francisco "Ecology Emerges" oral history project. The project documents participants in the ecology movement in the San Francisco Bay over the past 50 years.
Keywords: ecology; Ecology Emerges; urban agriculture; economic growth; environmentalism; environmental justice; social justice; water pollution; urban gardening
Downloads: 100
[movies]Ecology Emerges: Carole Schemmerling - Shaping San Francisco
An interview with Carole Schemmerling, cofounder of the East Bay Urban Creeks Council. The interview was in Berkeley at her home, part of the "Ecology Emerges" collection of oral histories, investigating the arc of conservation to environmentalism to ecology, environmental justice and finally, social justice.
Keywords: ecology; environmental justice; Urban Creeks Council; urban waterways; daylighting creeks; water pollution
Downloads: 210
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